LITTLE COBI: WHAT A NOSHPOT

Little Cobi came into Elstree Photo Studios for an evening shoot with his doting mum Nina, and his wonderfully tattooed dad Edo, in tow. Cobi is clearly a super cute little man, but he’s also smart enough to know exactly where the camera is at all times, often throwing a knowing glance in our direction!

Nina and Edo will be amazing parents to little Cobi, they’re laid back, cool and pretty hilarious. The combination of a gorgeous baby resting on his daddy’s tattooed arms was an irresistible one – throw in a bit of edgy lighting and we are all in love with the shots. Luckily, so are Nina and Edo, and their families too!

Here are a few of our favourites…







Blake Ezra

Blake Ezra regularly works on commission for some of the UK’s biggest publications and organisations. His background in informal education brings an ability to work easily with people from all walks of life, bringing out their character in his pictures. Blake Ezra has worked on commission for newspapers such as The Sun and The Financial Times, and organisations including Chessington World of Adventures, Harrods, Lulu Guinness, National Lottery, Playboy, The Chief Rabbi, and World Jewish Relief. He has also recently become one of London’s most sought after wedding photographers through a blend of attention to detail, strength in versatility, ability to capture a moment, and not-yet-certified workaholism. Favourite experience in photography: “I always see photography as a passport to privilege- to situations whereby access is nearly impossible without a camera. There have been many moments in my career so far where I’ve spent time in crazy situations- backstage at concerts, royal weddings and plenty of helicopter-based aerial photography. However, nothing beats seeing the reactions on clients faces when presented with their pictures.” ‘Nothing makes me happier than taking pictures I know my clients will love, I usually work with a beaming smile on my face! I gain massive job-satisfaction when I see my images seen by millions of people in the national press, but equally nothing beats the feeling of creating personal memories for people who will cherish them forever’